I can't even join the military for being color blind, not even the Marines, so just based on this, I doubt they would be able to take you with these issues. I remember, because I asked this high school recruiter marine guy that once when he asked if I wanted a brochure. I was like, do you allow colorblind people? And he said it depended, and was like, can you at least tell the difference between red and green? And I was like, not really, but I know the red light is on the top and green light on the bottom of the traffic signal, but at night it is hard to tell, and I can't pick out my own clothes on St. Patrick's day, and have to ask my mom if something is green. He then said just like, "have a nice day." (I took that as a no. And I didn't want to join anyway, was just curious if they would even take me, but apparently not).
I later asked some officer friends of mine about it, and if that would have really disqualified me, if I actually tried to join, (and they knew how colorblind I was, because I am apparently pretty bad, to not know the walk signal guy is not green) and they said that yes, this would have disqualified me, because I could make a mistake or do something that could cause people to die...I was like, but I've never caused anybody to die being colorblind. And they were like, the military is much different than just regular civilian day to day life. You can't mess around not knowing colors, if it could mean difference between life and death in a combat situation.And don't want people with disabilities bringing others down helping them, because you're causing them to have to be dragging behind. I guess that's understandable.